The 20 semi-finalists for the Malta Eurovision Song Contest 2014 were revealed tonight during a special show on TVM. Last month, in total of 210 entries were submitted which were short listed to 70. The 20 semi-finalists will compete for 14 final spots.
The French broadcaster, France 3, has today revealed the identity of the three shortlisted acts who will take part in the national final to represent France at the 2014 Eurovision Song Contest. The songs will be premiered at the tv show which is scheduled to take place on the 26th of January.
60 acts submitted, but only 15 still with a chance to represent the country at the Eurovision Song Contest in Copenhagen, are to be picked. Alyona Lanskaya takes part in the jury to select her successor. We are talking about the Eurovision flexible country, Belarus.
SRF and RTS have today announced the names of the hopefuls who join the ones announced by RSI last week and will take part in the next phase of the selection process. The 18 preselected acts will perform in front of the jury panel on November 30th in order to win a ticket to the national final.
Malta will select it's entry for the next Eurovision Song Contest on 8th February 2014. National broadcaster PBS announced the date for the forthcoming national selection better known as the 2014 Malta Eurovision Song Contest. A day before the national final a semi-final show will take place where twenty songs will compete for fourteen final spots.
At a press conference today the Swedish broadcaster, SVT, revealed that it will be the two comedians Nour El Refai and Anders Jansson that shall host their national selection, Melodifestivalen, next year. Both will be on homefield when the first show kicks off from Malmö.
After six years of internal picks, the French broadcaster will once again have a public selection to choose their representative for the upcoming Eurovision Song Contest. The national final will be held on the 26th of January, but we won't know who the winner is before the 2nd of March.
It is time to vote in Switzerland. 159 songs are in the public online voting that kicks off today. Two of them are former Eurovision Song Contest participants, from Croatia and Cyprus. Is Switzerland going to be their comeback - or is the competition too strong for them to make it through to the national final?
The Maltese broadcaster, PBS, has announced that 210 songs have been submitted for the Eurosong selection for the 2014 Eurovision Song Contest . This is a record amount of submissions for the national selection in Malta.
The Ukrainian broadcaster NTU has started the national selection for the 2014 Eurovision Song Contest. Songs can be entered until December 6th and the national final will be held on December 21st. The twenty acts that will perform at the final will be pre-selected by an expert committee.